public class Strings
// instance variables - replace the example below with your own
* Constructor for objects of class Strings
* Write a method that takes a string and returns a new string that changes the case of every character in
* the original string changed from lowercase to uppercase and vice versa. Note that upper/lower case doesn't
* apply to some characters such as numbers or punctuation.
* @param y a sample parameter for a method
* @return the sum of x and y
public String changeCase(String s)
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